Fiber to the Premise. Fiber optic distribution of telephony, telecommunications, and multimedia and media services such as cable TV to a point outside the customer premise.
Fibre to the Premises. A new technology that connects buildings directly to a fibre pipeline.
See Fiber to the Premises.
Fiber To The Premise. A broader term that covers both FTTB and FTTH, bringing fiber optic to customer premises.
Fiber to the premises aka fiber to the curb. This is a fiber network that connects a carrier to the user premises via fiber optic cable. The advantages of the fiber include incredible levels of bandwidth, outstanding performance and transmission over long distances without
Edit / Fiber To The Premises - Technology started in the U.S. in 2004 by the RBOC s (scheduled to pass 1 million homes in 2004). FTTP is a set of standards defining common technical requirements for extending fiber optic cabling and equipment to homes and businesses. These industry standards will enable the deployment of broadband services such as voice, video, and high-speed Internet to homes and businesses. See Also: ATM SONET
Fiber to the Premises or Fiber to the Home (FTTH) refers to a broadband telecommunications system based on fiber optic cables for delivery of multiple advanced services such as the triple play of telephone, broadband Internet and television to homes and businesses.
Fiber to the premises Wikipedia
A fiber-optic network that connects directly from the carrier network to the user premises. Another fiber-optic network is FTTC (Fiber to the Curb), which connects from the carrier network to the curb, and from there to the premises by copper wire or coaxial cable.